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Greasemonkey script: Don't collapse "Print and Downloads" section

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On the c:geo support channels we recently got a few questions, that the send2cgeo function is no longer working.

Send2cgeo is a greasemonkey script allowing users to download caches to their smartphone directly from (

Reason for the complaints of those users has been, that they recently installed the GPC GM script, which by default collapses the "Print and Downloads" section where the "Send 2 c:geo" button is located. So in fact all is working, but users are unable to find the button.

Could you please think about not collapsing this section (or make it user selectable but not collapsed by default) to ease up the usage of both scripts in parallel?


c:geo team
asked May 8, 2015 in Feature requests by Lineflyer (4,250 points)
New version released (takes some minutes for it to deploy to greasyfork). It has the suggested setting off by default.

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Settings has been implemented during the day (but not yet released). Everything defaults to being enabled. It would take some more development to change the default. Which we in one way don't want to. But I can see why we should do it.

The best thing would be to do it for those not running the send2cgeo script, but we can't detect that in a good way.

We will probably change the defaults, but it's unlikely to happen today.

answered May 8, 2015 by magma1447 (Admin) (218,480 points)
I lied. I just released a version that has the collapse off by default.